BART DAY LAW DISCLAIMER
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Bart Day Law welcomes your comments and questions about general matters of law and about our website, lawyers and other subjects you may want to address. However, there are some things you should know before you send us any email or other correspondence.
If you would like us to represent you, please contact us through the link on the home page of this website, so that we can determine whether we can represent you. If we are able to represent you, we will then send you with an engagement letter.
Sending an email to our office does not create an attorney-client relationship, and none will be formed unless and until there is a signed written agreement between you and us. Thus, we strongly advise against you sending confidential or privileged information to us until you and we can establish such an attorney-client relationship by way of a signed agreement. Please do not send us any proprietary or confidential information without first talking with one of our lawyers and receiving authorization to send us the information. The reason being, we occasionally have prior client relationships or other potential conflicts of interest that would prevent us from representing you or from treating your communications as confidential.
ALSO, WE DO NOT AND CANNOT ACCEPT UNSOLICITED SCRIPTS, MANUSCRIPTS AND OTHER ORIGINAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CONTENT.
The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon your visiting any website or seeing any advertisement. We in no way seek to use this website to represent anyone in a State where this site may fail to comply with the laws and ethical requirements of that State. Our compliance with all legal and ethical rules is of paramount importance to us, and we seek at all times to ensure that this website complies with all legal and ethical requirements.